It's a multi-layered tale, combining elements of Greek mythology, angelic lore, faerie kingdoms, and guns guns guns! It's "myth-soup with a side of bullets", presented with the over-the-top performances typical of most Greek myths ("Back, foul beast! Back, I say!!!"). It's flawed and awesome, epic cheese with a lot of heart, made by folks who still believe in faeries, magick, and the favor of the gods.
(Read more about micro-budget filmmaking in Sean-Michael's "Micro-Budget Confessional")
"Watched the movie. Yeah, some of the special effects were micro budget but I loved the story! Makes me hope there might be a sequel someday." - Phelena Cramer
"Just finished watching Ember Days. Loved it!! Kudos to all involved who put in their time, love, and hard work!! :)" - Kris Burch
"Already watched it tonight! Nothing but AWESOMENESS!!!!!! Thank you to all the production members, actors, support people, basically anyone associated with this production! You guys are the best. Another reason to support independent artists!" - Jon Pearson
"Received my copy today. Watched it straight thru and will do so again and again. "Ember Days" beats many, many, large budget flicks. Quite a feat folks. Congrats......" - Larry Webber
Thank you, Danny!
Another fallen angel, Shemihazya, has arrived to struggle against the raising of the Nephilim. He allies with the Greek goddess Hecate, forcing her to help him in his quest by possessing the body of her lover.
The two pairs battle across modern city streets and the pristine forests of the spirit world, their struggle set against the backdrop of a civil war amongst the Queens of the Faerie, as the forces of Winter seek to dominate the people of Summer.